Top 10 Bungee Jumps in the World


10 Nevis Highwire, New Zealand – 134 meters

The Nevis Bungy is a bungee jumping platform located in the Southern Alps near Queenstown in South Island , New Zealand. At a height of 134 feet, it is the third highest bungee jumping platform in the world. It is suspended by high-voltage cords which are fixed on either side of the Nevis River valley at both ends.

9 Navajo Bridge, US – 141.5 meters

Navajo Bridge is the name of each of a pair of bridges crossing the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon National Park in northern Coconino County, Arizona, USA. The pair’s newer bridge carries US vehicle traffic. Route 89A (US 89A) across the Marble Canyon between southern Utah and the Arizona Strip, allowing travel to a remote area north of the Colorado River including the Grand Canyon National Park’s North Rim.

Navajo Bridge’s dual spans are tied at ninth position among the highest bridges in the U.S. with almost equal heights of 467 feet (142.3 m) for the first span, and 470 feet (143.3 m) for the second.

8 Kaivopuisto, Finland – 150 meters

Kaivopuisto, or Brunsan, is one of the oldest and most well-known parks in central Helsinki, Finland, as well as a neighborhood of about 500 inhabitants where the park is located. The stunning views around will provoke arousal for adventure junkies. And while you’re at it, you can try free-fall jumping onto the ocean platforms as well as mixing cocktails with bungees they call ‘pub bungee.’ This is without doubt one of the world’s greatest bungee jumpers.

7 Bhote Kosi River, Nepal – 160 meters

One of the exciting adventure sports in Nepal is bungee jumping at a height of 160 meters over the Bhote Koshi River, in eastern Nepal near the Tibet border. The best way to experience the thrill (kick) of bungee jumping and satisfy your adventurous urge is to visit one of the world’s best places, i.e. the 12 kilometer Last Resort to the popular Nepal-Tibet border friendship bridge.

The Last Resort, the world’s second highest bungee jumping site, is within three-hour drive from Kathmandu. The one and only bungee jump in Nepal is planned by New Zealand’s world-leading bungee consultants. The Swiss-designed Bridge is made exclusively for bungee jumping and has a load factor of 250 kg per running metre. So it implies that the bride can withstand 4-5 tons (41500Kg) of maximum load.

6 Altopiano di Asiago, Italy – 175 meters

If you ever want to fall off a bridge when you’re on holiday in Italy, then you can come to Atopiano di Asiago. One of the world’s finest bungee jumping spots, springing from Italy’s highest point is a ‘ritual’ for adventure lovers here.

5 Niouc Bridge, Switzerland – 190 meters

At Bungy Niouc Adventure Park we offer a wide range of adventurous activities designed to guarantee the thrill seeker in you an adrenaline rush. Whether it’s the 190 meter Bungee-Jump, the Giant-Swing or the Zipline over the snowcapped Swiss Alps, it’s a must-have at BUNGY NIOUC once in a lifetime experience. One of Europe’s Biggest Bungy Hops! Pure adrenaline 190 meters (623 feet) It is also one of the wildest and most spectacular sites in Switzerland that you can complement with adrenaline and simple pleasures, the range of proposed activities will keep happy families and extreme sportsmen and women alike.

4 Europabrucke Bridge, Austria – 192 meters

The Europa Bridge or Bridge of Europe is a 777 meter (2.549 ft) bridge over the 657 meter (2.156 ft) Wipp Valley just south of Innsbruck, Tyrol, Austria, carrying the A13 Brenner Autobahn (and European route E45). The bridge crosses the Sill River, and is part of the main route across the Alps from western Austria to Italy’s South Tyrol. It is also a part of the main route between northern Italy and southeastern Germany.

The longest span is 198 meters (650 ft) between pillars.

It hosts the fifth highest in the world, a 192 meter Bungee Jump.

3 Bloukrans Bridge, South Africa – 216 meters

Bloukrans Bridge Bungy is one of the highest commercial bridge bungy in the world, at 216 meters (709 ft) above the river Bloukrans. It is situated on the N2 Highway at the boundary between the Eastern Cape and the Western Cape at Bloukrans Bridge, in the Tsitsikamma region of the Garden Route of South Africa. Since 1997, it is powered commercially by Face Adrenalin.

2 Verzasca Dam, Switzerland – 220 meters

Verzasca Dam in Switzerland’s Ticino Valley which you can easily recognize from the Goldene Eye movie and is one of the world’s best bungee jumping locations. Try out the famous ‘007’ hop and feel no less from the movie than Pierce Brosnan. Not only its height but the unique experience make it one of the world’s best bungee jumping spots. Make sure you have the bookings to jump off the dam in advance.

1 Macau Tower, China – 233 meters

Finally comes the world’s highest bungee jumping spot you’ve all been waiting for— Macau Tower. Push your limits and reward yourself by becoming part of the world record Guinness book for the highest commercial bungee jumping experience.